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Unlock the Rogers Nokia Lumia 900



Nokia released the Lumia 900 in February of 2012. It was available in black, white, cyan, and magenta. This model has 16GB of internal memory and cannot be externally expanded. The Lumia 900 has a 4.3″ AMOLED touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass, and supports ClearBlack display. The 900 also has a 8MP camera, 720p video recorder, and a 1MP front-facing camera. With this device, you can access FM radio and GPS without a data connection. Once unlocked, it can be used with compatible GSM providers.

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Unlock the Tigo Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge



Samsung released the Galaxy S7 Edge in February. It is available in 32GB and 64GB model variants which can be externally expanded up to 256GB. The S7 Edge has a 5.5″ super AMOLED, curved edge, touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. It also supports ‘Always-On’ display and TouchWiz UI. The Galaxy S7 Edge also has a 12MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP front-facing camera. With this device, you can simultaneously record HD videos and images, tag your location in your pictures/videos, and much more! This device also uses a octa-core processor and 4GB RAM. It also supports Samsung Pay and Quick Charge 2.0.

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Unlock the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 2



The Galaxy Note 2 was released in August 2012 and was the 2nd installment in Samsung’s Galaxy Note series. It was available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB model variants – all of which can be externally expanded up to 64GB. The Note 2 has a 5.5″ super AMOLED touch screen with TouchWiz UI. It also has a 8MP camera, 1080p video recorder, and a 1.9MP front-facing camera. The Galaxy Note 2 uses a quad-core processor and 2GB RAM. Once unlocked, this device can be used with compatible network providers around the world.

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Unlock the Fido LG G Pad III 8.0



LG recently released the G Pad III. This model has 16GB of internal memory and can be externally expanded up to 2TB. It has a 8″ touch screen display, 5MP camera, and a 1280p video recorder. Unfortunately this device does not have a front-facing camera, so it does not support video-calling. However, it still supports wi-fi, bluetooth, GPS and LTE. The G Pad III was released running Marshmallow OS. Once unlocked, it can be used with compatible service providers.

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Why Should You Unlock Your Samsung Phone

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Wondering why and how to unlock Samsung phone? Here’s how to do it:

Does your telecom carrier turn a deaf ear to complaints about dropped calls and poor

connectivity? Does your service provider offer terrible rate plans? Switching carriers is easy as

long as the phone isn’t locked. Here’s some reasons why you might want to learn how to unlock

your Samsung phone:

  • Locked Vs Unlocked:

High-end phones like the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the S7 are often sold at a discount by carriers,

provided users sign a lock-in contract with the telecom provider. So, in effect, you can buy a

phone worth $500- $600 for less than $100 if you choose to continue using the carrier’s network

services for a fixed time period (usually 2 years). This is a perfect solution for people who’d like

to upgrade but cannot afford the initial cost of an unlocked phone. SIM free phones, however,

allow you the freedom to switch to a better/cheaper service provider, saving you money.

  • Why Should You Unlock Your Samsung Phone:

The freedom to choose a network provider is obviously the biggest advantage. You are free to

choose a plan that suits your requirements. Traveling abroad? Save yourself the problem if steep

roaming charges. Instead, use a foreign GSM SIM card, or negotiate a deal with another network

carrier. SIM cards from all carriers can be used on an unlocked phone.

  • How To Unlock Your Samsung Phone:

Unlocking your Samsung phone is easy. Send us your IMEI number and contact information to

find out if we have a code to match. We’ll send you the unlocking code along with detailed

instructions. Our charges are way less than the fee quoted by network carriers.

Wondering how to unlock your Samsung Phone? Don’t hesitate to contact us!

How to Unlock Samsung Galaxy S5

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High-end phones like the Samsung Galaxy are expensive. Unlocked versions can cost upward of

$500. Wireless carriers offer a viable alternative. They’ll offer the phone at an affordable price in

exchange for a lock-in period contract; i.e. you’ll be tied up with a single carrier for a period of

usually two years.

All good so far. But what if you are moving abroad? And what if you aren’t happy with the

current service provider, and would like to switch to a different carrier? To break the contract

before it expires, you’ll have to pay an early termination fee – which is expensive. If you have

purchased a locked phone and are wondering how to unlock a Samsung Galaxy S5, read

further:

  • You’ll need a foreign SIM card before you begin the process
  • Get the IMEI number by pressing *#06# on your phone
  • Send this number to us
  • We’ll check our database for an unlock code available for the device
  • Send us your contact details, including email address, and we’ll share unlock instructions
  • We’ll send you the cost of the unlocked code. If you agree to our price, we’ll send the unlocked code immediately
  • Follow the instructions given and voila! You’ll have a successfully unlocked phone.

You don’t have to waste time or money trying to to unlock the Samsung Galaxy S5.

Wondering how to unlock the Samsung Galaxy S5? Don’t hesitate to contact us!

Wind Drops WINDTab Support for Grandfathered Plans Under $35

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While cellphone users are still in the midst of grieving the loss of Mobilicity, another competitive provider in a world monopolized by the Big Three, we’ve been hit with yet another–albeit smaller–piece of bad news.

As of June 22nd, 2016, Wind Mobile will stop supporting WINDTab availability for any and all grandfathered plans that are under $35/month. What is a grandfathered plan, you may ask. A grandfathered plan is a plan that the company provided in the past (usually a cheaper rate)–but no longer offers–they allow you to keep it because you purchased it at a time when it was available. If you change your plan from the grandfathered plan at any time once it is discontinued, you can never get it again unless it is miraculously offered once again.

For many years, Wind’s ultimate way-to-save for all plans across the board was the WINDTab. With WINDTab, the service provider gives you a towards a smartphone which is spread out and depleted over a period of time–usually over 24 consecutive months. For example, if you wanted to purchase a smartphone worth $350 and you had a WINDTab credit of $150, you would only have to pay $200 upfront. Over the next 24 months or so, your WINDTab would be depleted by 10% each month. If you stay with the company for long enough, they would then pay off the remaining balance for you as a thank-you gesture.

Once the update is effective, if you want to upgrade your phone while on a grandfathered Wind plan under $35/month, you’d either have to purchase the phone outright or change over to a current, in-market, and eligible WINDTab plan.

– Caroline

OnePlus 3

OnePlus 3

Having gone from a small company to half the world watching the release of their next phone, OnePlus has certainly made itself a household name. The recent release of their third flagship phone, the OnePlus 3, has many commenting that the company has nearly produced the perfect phone.

It has almost all of the specs of other flagship phones with the exception of a high price. At just $519, the OnePlus 3 can easily be called the company’s best phone yet–and perhaps finally a true competitor to current flagship phones. This, along with the company’s astronomical growth since their first OnePlus One, likely contributed to OnePlus’ decision to finally remove their pesky invitation system.

Design-wise, we certainly think that OnePlus has hit the perfect balance between HTC phones, iPhones, and Galaxy S phones. Ever catch yourself thinking “man, if only those companies teamed up to design a phone”? Get yourself a OnePlus 3.

It has a solid design and feel, made out of one piece of metal. It carries enough weight in your hands that it doesn’t feel like a cheap phone, and enough weight in your pockets so that you won’t constantly be worried about having lost it. It has a 5.5” screen with a 1920×1080 (401ppi) display. While it’s true that it can’t keep up to other phones in terms of resolution, the phone makes up for it in so many other ways.

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It carries Snapdragon 820 as its processor paired with 6GB of RAM and AMOLED display. It also comes with a 3,000mAh battery. Put all of these features together and you’ll be appreciating the battery life more than you’d wish you were appreciating a quad HD display. On top of that, OnePlus has introduced Dash Charging, which is basically the equivalent of Samsung’s Fast Charge (and a plethora of other fast charging methods). Compared to the S7, though, the OnePlus 3 charges faster. Nevermind that on paper both say you can get over 60% of charge in just 30 minutes. In real life, the OnePlus 3 continues at its fast pace even when you’re using it while charging whereas the S7 will slow down.

It has a fingerprint sensor–today’s mark of a true flagship phone–that is quite accurate and works relatively quickly. The camera on this phone sports a 16MP rear shooter with OIS. While it doesn’t really compare to Samsung’s cell-phone camera, the OnePlus 3 camera is still nothing to scoff at–especially at its price point. The shutter and autofocus speeds are both quick, and while the software can sometimes get in the way of your photography (ISO can sometimes get turned up far too high), for the $519 CAD, you can’t really go wrong.

Of course, the phone comes with OnePlus’ own Oxygen OS, which masks over Android’s 6.0 Marshmallow. The company has amped up the possibilities to coax you into loving their OS. For example, you can customize the recent apps key as well as the return key. You can use a dark mode to help save battery, as well as change the LED colour. When the screen is off, you’ll be able to draw different shapes to bring up different apps.

For the price you can get this phone at (and there’s no invitation required now, so you can go buy one right now), there’s no direct competition considering everything this phone offers. You can get a better cellphone camera, a removable battery, or expandable storage with other phones–but you can’t get them at anywhere close to the price of the OnePlus 3.

– Caroline

Unlock the Rogers iPhone 6S



The iPhone 6S was released in September. It is available in 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB model variants, and in grey, silver, gold, or rose gold. It has a 4.7″ LED-backlit, IPS LCD, touch screen with 3D Touch Display. It also has scratch-resistant and shatter-proof glass. The iPhone 6S has a 12MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP FaceTime camera. This device can currently be upgraded to iOS 10 and support Apple Pay and FaceTime on a cellular and wireless data connection.

Unlock Your Rogers iPhone 6S Today!

Unlock the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge



Samsung released the Galaxy S7 Edge in March. It’s available in 32GB and 64GB model variants, and in black, white, silver, or gold. The S7 Edge has a 5.5″ super AMOLED, curved edge, touch screen with ‘Always-On’ display and Corning Gorilla Glass. It also supports Samsung Pay for Visa and MasterCard. The Galaxy S7 Edge also has a 12MP camera with a 2160p video recorded, and a 5MP front-facing camera. This device is IP68 certified; dust and water-resistant over 1.5 meters and 30 minutes. It also supports Quick Charge 2.0.

Unlock Your T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Today!